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Deadly Meteorites Routinely Explode on Earthi
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George Putic
May 14, 2014 12:40 PM
Space rocks often enter the Earth’s atmosphere and usually explode and burn before falling to the ground. About 70 percent of our planet is covered with water so most of them disappear on the oceans’ floor and we would not know about them if it was not for an international agency. VOA’s George Putic reports.

Deadly Meteorites Routinely Explode on Earth

George Putic

Published May 14, 2014

Space rocks often enter the Earth’s atmosphere and usually explode and burn before falling to the ground. About 70 percent of our planet is covered with water so most of them disappear on the oceans’ floor and we would not know about them if it was not for an international agency. VOA’s George Putic reports.


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